Last month, Kate Middleton and Prince William announced they’d officially be moving to London, but before they settle down, the couple is doing everything they can to ensure their family’s privacy at their new home, Kensington Palace.
Royal sources have informed Hello magazine that Kate and Will have requested a wall of conifer trees be planted around the property, which will allow the royal residence to be blocked from prying eyes.
The trees can grow to a height of more than 40 feet and would create an 820-foot wall along the Western side of the palace.
Since 2015, Kate and Will have called Amner Hall their home, and the country property has given their children, George and Charlotte, a relatively normal upbringing that they’re hoping to continue when they move to London.
Also benefiting from the added security? Prince Harry! The royal redhead has been seeing actress Meghan Markle and has been adamant about keeping her out of the public eye.
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